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Overland Limited. .11 4G a. m
.China & Japan Mall ti.5p. ni
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Lo Angeles Limited 2.2S a. in
Fast Mail . . 11JT0 a. m
L-iiver Specia. S J5xm
Colorado ipeeiai. 1.27 a. m
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No. VJ Express 11 :2S a. m
No- 11... North Piatte L.ocal.l2:lj p. m
No. 12 .. lirand Island Local. X.:'J p. m
No. S3 Local Freight. . 7 tw i a.
Lravta 12:10 p. m.
"Leaves from Ooai Chute.
overland Limited j -" p m
.Atlantic Express. 4 li a. iu
..urejiun Express. 2 4U p m
Los Anjreles Limited J i'ip. m
China Ji Japan Mad 2.11 p. m
.. Uen'. cT specia.. a 20 a. m
. Colorado :;pet::ai.. 10 IU p. ai
. Colorado Express. 2.16 p m
M. la. .ore -Wash. Limited - a2 p. m
Nc. 20 Mall Express ... 2 00 p. m
Ho. 22 ..'North Platte Local. 1 an p. m
Ho. 24... Grand Island Loitai. 7.12 a. at
LrliVeS 1.20 p. ax.
No. 77 Frelj;nr . . . .
Ku. 23 paaaenjjer
(la. 20 Passenger . - -Ha.
73 Freight .
No 7S Frelirnt
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E. G SHuWN.
A. H. STESEN.
Assistant 'cset Ajent.
o ; t-asa aun e- ion v .7 2Ii a. m
o J J. r i At A' J tz sat. :v j oo p. m
r'n a ta.r -i Sun ar a oo p. m
. 1 -- jt Ac 1" 'er iun a.rt 45 . ni
Dr. t. h Wide kandcri.
jtaee ta .r ""e-uii l" Mm'- i.
Especial attention given to Eve. Ear.
Nose. Throat ami Surjjerv
PtUNM H"ll lh .. Re-.idelC II
Pbuue iuU IHce 5l fte-iUenee ZZ1
Br. Dora Wide Rjnders.
Especial attention jjiven to Diseases
of Women ami Children.
Office and Residence 1006 Murray St.
Sionc tle-i 'udenemi.-!!. ?-'
Clurld H. Cjmctcll. 31. D.
EE. EAii. OSE;unt TfclKO.vr
Glu is Fitted
BoTH Ph "E- " 'lT ,i ?, "- ' rlh.
W. M. CORNELIUS
i oinmer-ia. ri.iau Ba. .ti.iitr
DR. F. ri. MORROW
Peysiclan and Surgeon
Qtiicf. New Luscnen Euildina
M-T J.. - -!-..
Eeil Ph.ut- tU-t: IJ ad Phoui- iJ
C. N. McELFRESH
a rroK.v e v r-LA v
pr,." -PF!i F tiL.nn;
GOOD SEWER WORK
'S.ctint.a. .u ;rt .a- jiumoiny A..1
me nn-K" a.u: :4it- .i; i2ie .vor'.i: wul nut
rnaKe ap fr poor sewr onnt-cuuna.
We cu gnta pmmDinsr wors from me
OUR StWER WORK
is just aa hunest aa me pannDing worn
wraicn 12 aiwav a: -siirnt. tiae you any
trauOie with your stumointr " MavDt
tne vvr -onne-'rion ar n.ot ng"nt.
We can tei:
A. DU3SSLL & SON
are now arriving". Please snve
a? vour winter orders
Gar I Kramer
Successor tn SDeice Coal Co.
No. 1 A.
JOQW IJl CrV 13l13 JrVv V7J P
ST. EDWARD. :
F"'im tne Vdvance
Mrs. .,ei,nr- Horn wa taKen to tne
:.iiumoub huspiia. Tuesday wnere 3ne I
underwent a -unreal aiieration vester ,
Mr. ana Mrs. Ben Thomas left ;
Monday witn their household goods
fur Burlington. Kansa. wnere they
w:i. maKe tlieir future home. I
Miss Ethel Wake left yesterday for
1 "omnibus where she will visit re-;
.ative for a few aavs before iromir
m to Fremont to
attend teachers m-
A. E. Armes went down to Colum- '
bus y-steniay to meet Mrs. Armes
who is returning nonie from Lewiston. ',
hiaiio. after a two months
visit with t
iunn Westmore is ambling around
this weeK with a pair of jratchea and
a uroken ankle the result of getting to
-ziose Ui a horse vvneii it was ao buay
-.uunumir tiies to notice anything eise.
E. KelletlV lost Ollt of hla Eel
gian stallions Monthly The horse tooK
ick Sundav evening and died the foi
:owinir morning It was a splendid
animai and a lowest estimiate placeii
:ta vanie at S1200.
The .Mi&aea Maude Earria. Grace
Kai. and Agnea Robinson of Albion
Airs. Robert Sul.inger of Boone and
Robert Harris were a party wnu re
turned mime Monday from a two wks
trip to Mam ton Colorado Springs and
-ither points of interest in Colorado.
Miss P-ar' Harrvs wtm was jiihj with
uie partv sui)ed -if at Kr-arne'- to
"..-It V'th M M Tt.e I" a UetUlV
--rarniiiir umie .-t-na-.
M.a- B.ancne Da.vson jf
- suenmnsr the wesi nere.
t" M.a- 'ua. Merr...
Mrs '. L. Sprague. wnose health
has been quite poor for some trne. left
Tueaday for treatment at a sanatari
im at ArKansas. Kansas.
Chancv Hutt. Sand's ornce "devii"
is aicK witn tne ouincey this week,
ant! w.tn the editor oif on a vcation
the rest of the force nas been Kept un
.nr-. uaviu Leu ieiL iimiiav iui
After a WeeK S Vlalt thel'e.
sne wtI: leave for Michigan to visit
w.tn relatives at Wailed Lake ant:
AUHUT low peODIe attended the cir
na at oiumnua Tueaday from Silver
' r--K. someone relieVeti FranK Mason
ii a umanie gun! watcn and Albert
atsor r"mrt-- a ios- of about thirtv
Wr-iineaday nignt silver ("reeK and
imitv w:ts given aoout an inch of j
.- ... .. .... .... 1
Mill. ine niinian waa genera:, anu
leav.er north and west of nere. Corn
uoK.mr line and this ram will put t
the ort.und in good snape for fail plow-
saturtiav last wnie working around
uif gauine engine wnicn t.iintractor
bowers i. dsing at the new Datiey
am.dintr. .Audley Clay tor caugnt his
nanu m atime of uie cog wneeis and hud
the tiesnv part of his hand uadly crusn-
e ir w:i.s nmmntiv jres-eo and will I
Luiae him no permanent in.,ury
j Manarg. father of Mrs. E. 0
Hutchinson, died at Omaha Thursday.
Auirust 10. He was Dora m Belfast,
. . . ....,
Ireland. November J. ic.i.J anu was
almost .5 vears or ao"e wnen ne uieu. i
. - '
Vvneii lie Waa 1 WeeKS oiu nis par
ents emigrated to America, locating
n Boston and three years laner moved
to Adams county, tjino. Of iate
vears he has made his horre in tnia
state. Mr. and Mrs. Eutcnanson at
tended the funera: wnen was nied at
From tne Gazette
The many friends of r C. Judevine .
wiii be glad to team that a aecision
in nis caae. wnicn was zned at the
ast term of district court, was ren
dered in his favor.
Chris Sites, wno is in the meat
Dusiness at Yors. cronm-d in to Eeil-
wood Sunday afternoon and vnsited over'
Monday with his " ' best girl. ' In- j
dications are that ne will not remain j
smsrle mucn iomrer. i
Jas. McGanin of Omana and his i
cousin Miss Manrarev Caulev if Kan
saa City, visited at Beiiwood Sunday
with relanves: from Beiiwood Mar
gery went to Alexis townsnip tn visit
with. Mr and Mrs. U. G. Nantkes
anu Mr. and ilrs. R. A. Hams before
returning to her home.
it nas oeen a long time since tnis
immunity has been so stirred as it has
the past few cays by the sickness .and
death of Memtt Anderson from teta
nus. Merrittnad stepped on anailazid
his parents had usea means at hand
to prevent trouble from the wound,
and it seemed to be healing ncceiy
until Tuesday noon August the -Sth.
when he nrst camnlained tnau his
, jaws wars
biz asn. Ad ne bad
fallen from the rnof of a ahetl noth-
ing was thought of it. That night
' the snifness increased and back hurt
l a bit. nut still not mucn alarm was
j felt, out by the next morning the doc-
mr was licd d pronounced it as
probably tetanus. Still no real alarm
was telt all day Wednesday, anil up
to mionignt the progress of the trouble
was so slow as scarcely to be seen,
when, all at once Merrtrgrew rapidly
worse, tie was born in iSeiiwoo-i. ,
W-T 1 I I
Nebraska. September 11. Is9. was !
tne third son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
M. Anderson. The funeral was held j
Saturday, and he was buried from tne
Metnodist Enisconal church.
Miss Ida Earvev and Lester Love- !
less were married Monday at six
o'clock at the Eapust parsonage by
Rev. Fnor. The bride is tile oldest
oaugntei of Mrs. Mary Harvey of this !
city. The groom is a son of Mr.
and Mrs. T. Loveless of near Bell-
wood. The happy couple will go to
nouse-Keepmg on the Gallager farm
near Garrison. David City Banner.
Primary election passed over m a
.t .,.,.r m.inn.r Tn-ai.,1. Th
! dav througnout was a scorcher Eut j
few republicans turned out to the ;
mills and uie majontv of thoae tnat
! did attend voted the democratic ticket
' The strairgle in fact, was among the '
! numerous democratic candidates far.
the oificea of county treasurer. counnT (
clerk, clerk of tne district court, and
s PLATTE CENTER.
From the "-nmai.
Harry Greiaen .eft Tuesday tor his '
nome at Wooiand. Wasninirtan. after '
a al-X WeeK visit here.
Mr. and Mr. Fred Hoars, of Rogers
are the proud parents of a new daugh
ter, born the fore part of this week.
Elenor the sis year old daugter of
Mr and Mrs Owen Parry, wno has
been uuite ili for some time with a
severe type of catarrhal fever, is now
on the road to recovery
In response to amessage announcing
the serious illness of her mother. Mrs
.Joe .ioaeph left last Friday for eastern
Iowa to remain at her bedside. Ow
ing to her advanced age. whicn is
overeignty years, little hope is enter
tained for her recovery.
Mrs. M. E. Cronin was most agre
eably surprised last Tuesday wnen
' sne received a messatTe saving ner
sister. Mrs. Pat 0'Connell. of Lead
ville. Colorado, whom sne had not seen
in '25 years, would arrive here tnat
day and make her and her family a
long looKeU for visit. Mrs. 0'Connell
had been makng another sister a visit
at Ranaaa Citv. and stnpDetl oif here
1 on her way home. The meeting of
1 theae two sisters was certainly a happy
Mr and Mrs. Mark Carraner and
children, from Madison, spent Monday
nnrnt in Platte Center, guests of the
! Jonn W. Reuv familv At the recent
sale of the T E. ttord land
t Merrick county Mark bougnt a piece
of it and in a
thev were on
t ty mr..- nn
- ,,,, . , . .,
tieii tv;iv cu ii A.ne uiiiiu v m. nvc
in a the wagon wnile the land is be
ing broken and sown to wneat. The
land is three miles from Central Citv
Frances, the nine vear-old dauimter
of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dunn, met
with a serious accident Mondav after-
nnnn llM TV'IU rtiimir ! hill ?mt
crivmg some other norses in the past
ure, wnen a iooae norse kicked at tne
sne was ndinir and one ot t
teet hit the gir! on tne
left lelT caus-
inn a comnound tractar- tar'
below the knee. She fell from the
horse where sue was found some ume
later bv some neienbonnir bovs.
From tne Democrat
Miss Leonard wno was visiune Msa
I Joaeanine Fanirman a few davs this
Wcek. left Wednesdav far Columbus
for a snort visit before starting on ner
return trip to Panama.
Anton Fangman returned home on
Tuesday of tnis week from a trip up
througn North Dakota. Minnesota and
Canada, wnere he has been since tne
fQre Dart of Julv warsmir in the mter-
ra Qf the Intemanonal Harvester
. . . , , . w
The tew montns olu baby ro Mr.
. ys. Aueust Weiser died Mondav
with some kind of bowel complaint,
and the little one was buried in St,
Mary's cemetery Tuesday mrning.
The Democrat joins in expressing sym
patn to the sorrowing parents.
Peter Ternus who has neld the re
sponsible position of assistant cashier
of the bankof Ottis &. Murphy for the
past two or three years, has resigned
his position and the same took eifecton
the 16th of this month. Mr. Ternus
reason for resigning is a desire to get
into business for himself. He ha.-- a
number of good propositions on hand,
but as yet he has not made up his
mind as to the one he wishes to ac
cept. However, Mr, Tenus' resigna
zian. from tne bank means tsar, he and
his family will leave Humphrey to
make their home their resilience at
some other place. The Democrat is
sorry to know that Mr. and Mrs. Ter
nus will leave Humphrey, but wnere
ever they may locate we hope they
will enjoy the prosperity they so
nciiiy deserve. Miss Lizzie Lubisher
has accepted the position as book
keeper in tile bank.
it is back to the farm for Frank
Atkins, wno ror tne nast tew weeks
has been employed as a helper at the
Union Pacific depot. His father lives
down in Oklahoma on ajnee large
fnn, and he recently made Frank a
nattering oifer to come home and help
" " tne farm, so Frank left Wed-
1 nesuay tor Oklahoma and the farm.
! Glen Wash of Thurman. tins state.
as accepted the position made vacant
y iIr- tKins.
Walter Herbes has purchased the
Cedar Rapids Outlook, and the new
proprietor took possession last week.
Uwmg to poor health of Editor
Ermka's wife, ne found it necessary
m,,v m anouier cnmaie. aim tne
Democrat nones tnat uie change win
result in the lady's health being fully
restored. As editor of the Outlook,
ilr. Branka gave tne people of Cedar
RP'ds a paper wnicn uiey had no
to be asnamed of. Mr. Herbes
amply qualirieii to take charge of
' rfi. numcnnnHp mil irt'iL i mfi: fit
it; Walter was born and raised in
j Eumpnrey. During the time his
father ran the Platte County Leader.
Walter did most of the work connect
'' ed with getting out the paper and in
) this way he secured a very fair idea
1 of the business. Since the Leader
was tiisposed of the young man has
been emnloved in various capacities
on diiferent rirst-ciass papers in the
state, so that now he has a thorougn-
understanding of the ousmess and the
Democrat is sure tnat the people of
Cedar Rapius will rind in Mr. Herbes
a capable and ansolutely trust worthy
BRIDGE PLANKS FOR SALE
Saturaay Augnst 26 at 10 :0 p. m. the
county will el 1 old bridge planks at
north end of Loup river bridge. By
oraer of supervisors.
Districts 5 & 7
Many a Suffering Woman
Drags herself througn her dany
tasKs. suffering from uackacnes. head
ache, nervousneaa. loss of anpetite and
poor sleep, not Knowing that her ills
are due to kidney and bladder trou
bles. Foley s Euiney Pills giv- uiick
reieaf from nam and misery and a
prompt return to health and strength.
No woman wno so suif-rs can afforu to
overlook Foley Kidnev Pins. For
sale by ail druggists.
CURTIS AVIATION MEET
GRAND ISLAND. NEB.
August 1". 30 and 51. 1'Hl.
Great Aviation Meet promoted and
rinanced oy Retail Mercnants Associ
ation and Grand Island Commercial
World' a greatest licensed aviators
in wonderful Curtis aeroplanes. Alti
tude rlights. exhibition riignts. fancy
circles, dips and spirals. Races be
tween automoniies and aeroplanes.
Excellent tram service to and from
E. G. Brown. Airent.
Loss of Time Means Loss of Pay.
Kidney trouble and the ills it breeds
I means lost tame and lost pay to many
a worxing man. M. Ealent, 1214
Little Penna. St.. Streator. Illinois,
was so bad from Kidney and bladder
trouble that he could not work, but
he says "I took Foley Kidney Pills
for only a snort ume and got ennr&iy
Well and was soon able to go back to
work, and am feeling well and health
ier tnan before. ' Foley Kidney Pills
are tonic in action, auick m results
a good friend to the man or woman
wno suffers from kidney ills. For
sale bv aii armrgists.
Xamur Wife Mamma, what can I
Ida to keep roaches out of the lard.'!
Her Mother Place the butter near
"it: .Tne; prefer it.
STATEMENT OF" THE CONDITION
Columbus Land, Lrrn and
Building Assoc la tic-i
of ColumtitK. Nt --.- -On
the 3ih day of Jimi-. 1'Ml
Fint nnirtijav'e :.jns ""-.
-fork liiaila. ii
Other - -0
Ca-u . .... tr.rrcjj
Delinquent inf nt. preic.uuia aid
Total .... is'.ii a
CapitutMoeupuidup 2zi;-' 7
riuiiviuril pnriu ..- i
'hrriiatutiUea ln ..
RECEIPTS AND EXPt::n2lTL'!aF-t:Th.
TEAR ENDlNii JUNE r,. f.Ml.
Baluueeou hand July I. 1WH. J I0.I7H
Due-. 4.uJ4 -o
lliter.l, pretmuum aiui dllea ... . 2i s
Lo:iUsrepmd 2rjL o-i
Reap. ai "'
Metaliersllip teea. "i""i o
LAians il23.y 00
Erp-u-e, !.? 1?
nifl; redeemed V Tfi
.ash .in uau.1 I2.JK: II
Heai estate iJ i
Total $I4'.i.u57 ".
tat r N'!ii-i'ku
1. iiearv hoekenbeneer. aeertarv of 'Mt,
ab'iv' nouit-rl a-ocjatlon.Llu -oeanil s eur thai
the lumcuimr statement f the etitiUHion ol-aiu
jjsoaanun. is true and current to-ne Meat ol my
iuowledtfe and belief.
L. F itiTTCHAI.K.
i V LEHi.tTTZ. -Direetin
T C. Et.A.t.
Sutr-enbed and -wom zo before me this lsth
aa 01 Juiv. iyii-
A. R. Mnaaai
Sealed but' Till oe reeeivetl at rne oiflce if
theCountvJudiJeoI Plane oiiuutv NeorasKa
at Coiumuui on or oerore l- o oioeu noon ji
Aurust ilsi. 1111. Mr uie irradinir ouu approve
ment ! tne following deT!llMl roidi 01
P'.atte count v . ia- iint
i.oinmruc:iif it ne -nithr:ist corner ol tae
aoutaviit quarter ol '.ne southwest quarter
?efiioii lr rotrnattip ai uorUi. Rauife . e:u-.i
and niuuiutr eat .me and oiie.juarter inile
Ais euiaineiieiii' it 'lie xiuiuextt eonier
sn'Uiiu i. Towuituii si ii.tr.h. Kaiiu'e : eaat
ami nilllllll!T Miutli aOout lX leet. Atx'om
mt-ueiiifc' near '.lie Miutawet enrner of 'he
NorUiue-i .iiarteror uie NorUmeit .juarter
aeeuon IM- Townstup 'Hi north, liunsle 1 ea-vl
ami ruiuim? north aiMitii 17ii leet. ANi tiui
meucim; :it 'He northwest enraerif Seetlun
f, Tou'tbii ii mirth. Hauue i. east aud ran
uimf t-it.iiie Ualf mile aeennliutf u the plan?
pnillle- iKelfUe and ipeeillealtoiii on file at
uieoraceo! uie t"ount len. of aid tuiif.
The iiirer-:ui oiddrr . iuiril to iv- 'Otui
and -nirac:eiil oond lor tne taiUlful perTonn
aut" ol tils tiutnii't
TheBanlol Mipi-m-or- reserve, the -:nt
'o rejeet am" anil ail oiils.
Br order oi uie Board ol uuemson
Dateil at Cniummib. NenraiKa. tnib Una aa
ol ..ulv I'.'ll.
:;iyncE phobate of will.
In Uie Cnuntv Court ol Platte eountr Xe
Sotiee pnmate ol t-11 of Srlra A. ilanatfe"
The state of NeonUa to the heirs and nerr
it inn ol iaid sv!v:i a Manaflev deceased"
Tai:e notife -nat apoii oUn' u s written
.imineni purpirtiii' -o oe the iai 'rill and
testament ! -viva Mauafle 'or proiiate
and allowance, .t onler-tl :hat iaid aialie
b -ei ror tieaniu-' "ne una ila oi Amj'isi,
D.. 141 1 . uefor said cfiunf. court, ai uie uour
ti hi o cioci. a. ax., ai which uiue an ersn
ntert-led mav .ipnear and contest .he -aine
md due noliCfOf tills proceed!!!!: is onleretl
piltillshcti Uir '.-eia. -iUcee--lvelv ill "Oie
Loiuiniiu.- rriuiiie-Journal, a ieei;ivand .eirai
.leu -paper prnted UUIilclleil and Ol 'enera
iriMUaiioii ill -vaul count . aud -late.
Ule-liuion'" Uerid aave hereunto "
m hami and oihciai -ui i. Columbus ran- i
da- oi aiil A D it'll
sju Count. .IiidVe
NOTiriC T DEFENDANT--.
W Jhain I olliii Collins, win ol aid
Wniiauj .1- oiJiil- :lrt or cuntan name in
niiotu. .John IV Martin. Nina Martin. "Sr
mimoivti ueirs ami de wr oi William J C
.liu- deceased, the iui:novn neir- and le
hrt- ol aoun U' Martm. deceased, me !.
tvnoivn ueir- and dertree-. ol Nina lar".i
dec-a-etl. -ne 'UlKIlovn aell"- and ilei .-ee-of
Philhp. Can:. dec--:ised. Uie i retllt Moin
arr ot America md Thomas C uurani t.
Tri-.le- aud ins ;iiii"c--ors .11 T-ist ami
eucn .Per-'t rtl aie !iolc "hai ner-
ui 'He tiuu-t whem .u "he Dini" our- -t
Platti cum. NeurasKa. Uie petition ol ue
lUUersijIlett laiuud. arnn -ile-. .o estaDllsH aim
.puet as .uramt Jhem and eacn uiereiu ai
T.Ue to :he tast oitc-lhini of Ln Three .: n
Sloe. Eo-tllt -;eve !; .11 ".he ."It", ol Colum
oil- Piatte mut NetinisKa. also -i cance
oi reet in t a certain mor'sKuse ou -.am premie--xecuted
tiv .lohn W Marun and Nina Mar'.u
hi-, a He to Philip Cain on Uie i::th dav oi ucio
urr l?7I. outl recorded n Book D lieeonl ol
Mortirace-. ;.ir aut Piatte iiiiu . ai Pa- 7T
llo lo remove tUe loud cast uu.in Uie jlaiu
-1K - -.aid UUe atd -econl and ov an ami
all ciaim ol title -o or icn apill -aid pniper
ox -aid derendants or -tther uiereoi
.-.uil delendants ar- reouireil . anir -aid
petition Oil or oelof- tUe tU dav of septem
Mil HA EL WHITMOYER.
Auini-t - mil P!aniud
Mieaaei Wlntmover plamutf. !.. tVilliam u
trtiillii-. et al. defendants. No. cc
Now on un- -ta dav of August. r.Ml t ap
peannir n Uie cour rnnn Uie amdavits. of :he
plamtin" and Uii "iltomev ailliesed U the pru
tion herein puruaiit oi the provision i sec
uon-Coi tne i. dc of i'iviI Proi'eiture and ;
Uie piaiuinl i application for icrvice nx pubn
cation pursuant in Uie provision oi t-c.on
ol Uie i.ode of 'j il pnicetlur- Ulal .1 .s tleee--an
to oiu asdeleuUaniA tier-m the amtnown
heir- and devisee-, ol -nam deceaseil per
-rOUi. to t W.lliam J Collins leceaeO.
John U Mart.u deceased. Niuu Martin, de
ceased, ami Philip Cam. deceased and Ulat
Uie aames aud residence- ol plac. ol aiMMle
.if tne -erai ttefendants ill iaid peut.ou
named .nciudim; -.aid neirs and devisee-, an
anKnown to tne piaintm and to nis attomei
It j. ordered tnat Uie pluintiti be and ne nere
av is autnonzed to pniceed leanist -.ucn an
tinotvn nests, ami detsees ivttnoiit aaimmr
It is turuier ordt-red that service oe made
upon all defendants nereni. ihcludinf -uch in
Known uejri and devisee-. o puulicatiiiu 'or
:our consecutive -veKs in tne Coiuninus rnb
one-Joumai. a vt--Klv newspaper of general
circmanon ai -end Piatte cnuntv
Bv the 'ourt
iEO E. TEOMAS. Judi'e
I aereov c-rulv uiat uie aoove is a utic aud
perleet enpv of Uie onlerof Uie court in aiwue
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Bv ANN ijAaS. DeputT
Atnjust ". Ildl
NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT DEFENDANT
Frank Van Allen, nou rpsuient defendant.
tvUl uiUe notice that Uler-sson tile :n iheonlce
if Uie Cleri; oi uie District Court, vithin and
'or Platte count". N-urasXa. the petition
against hun of uie undersized plainuH wno
iues t4i recover Uie ium of siUSti .nui interest
tnereon at Uie rate of -i per cent per annum
from jeptemoer "nd. llt as a balance due
apoil a note .if 'l.ui. executed bv said de
fendant to Uie ptaintiC on Uie 22rd day of
said defendant s turuier noutleil that an
onier'if attaimment has oeen jisued oiuust
him in said cause on the anldam of uie under
slimed plamtlt:. pursuant to xhich uit has
oeen attached certain monex oi aid deiend
ant heretofore received on nis account and
now heid for his ise lv John Ratterrsan
onntv Judi?e for Piatte emmtv Nenraso.
said defendant is requa-ed to uiswer said
peuuon on or iifoi the 5Ui dav of varnst.
mil. or the same vill oe taen as trne and
udirment r-nderetl actturthnifix
Do not allow your kitiney and blad
der trouble to develope beyond the
reach of medicine. Take Foley Kid
ney Pills. They give quick results
and stop irregularities with surpnsng
promptness. For sale by all druggists.
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A Word to the him,
F&iiGrs m Inretors
TO THE RENTER
Why pay rent when you
can own a farm, buying it
on easy terms when in many
instances one crop will pay
for the land. Tilling your
own soil, harvesting your
own grain, improving your
own farm and building for
yourself and family your
The ideal farm for the
American Farmer is where
he can receive the largest q
reward for his labor and
capital invested. Here in
Cheyenne County you will
receive the greatest returns
for your labor with less cap
ital invested, greater oppor
tunities for the making of
wealth in the shortest time
possible. Here you combine
farming and stock raising in
a profitable manner, tilling
new soil, harvesting a new q
crop, and increasing your
2 TO THE
and the best
day. Each day adds untold O
wealth to the value of farm
lands in this country. Every
person who has invested in
farm land in the last few
years has received from 35
to 200 per cent profit. Put
your money in land, as it
will advance in price and is
the source of all wealth.
Kan I Hewlon Co.
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